Why are my gums splitting?

Why are my gums splitting?

Gum problems are often split into two categories: Gingivitis (gum disease) and periodontal disease. Gingivitis is simply inflammation of the gums. It is primarily due to plaque build up and its effects are completely reversible with improved oral hygiene. When brushing diseased gums, there is a tendency for bleeding.

Why is my gum abscess hard?

It may be felt as a bump or hard or soft lump anywhere on the gums. An infection, such as a bacterial infection or localized abscess, can appear as a mass on the gums. Oral cancers (gum or mouth cancer) or tumors of the teeth or jaw are rarer causes of a mass on the gums.

What kind of gum diseases are there?

There are two types of diseases that can affect the gums: gingivitis and periodontitis. Together, gingivitis and periodontitis are referred to as gum disease or periodontal disease.

What is Pyria of the gums?

Periodontal (gum) disease, which is also known as periodontal disease, periodontitis, and pyria is a progressive disease which if left untreated may result in tooth loss. Gum disease begins with the inflammation and irritation of the gingival tissues which surround and support the teeth.

How do I get rid of Pyria in my gums?

Pyria Gum Disease: Massage of Gums Do massage of your gums with rock salt (Hindi:“sendha namak”) and mustard oil (Hindi:Sarso). Take rock salt 2 grams and mixed it with 8 grams of mustard oil. Do massage of teeth and gums softly. Do gargle with lukewarm water.

What does the beginning of gum disease look like?

Bright red, swollen gums that bleed very easily, even during brushing or flossing. A bad taste or persistent mouth odor. White spots or plaques on the gums. Gums that look like they’re pulling away from the teeth.

Can I get implants if I have periodontal disease?

Can you get an implant if you have gum disease? The simple answer is no. You need healthy, strong gums to get a dental implant. Like we mentioned before, gum disease weakens and dissolves this tissue and bone.

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